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Property ID: 568020

Land for Sale near Portal, Arizona - Cochise County - 568020


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Details about the Land
County: Cochise Type: Acreage Acres: 1140
Address: City: Portal State: Arizona
Zip: 85632 Price: $4,100,000.00 Status: Available
Description of the Land
General Description
The AVA Ranch is located on the eastern flank of the Chiricahua Mountains in Cochise County, Arizona. The property lies at the mouth of Cave Creek Canyon, a perennial stream that flows eastward from the Chiricahua Mountains into the San Simon Valley. The small community of Portal is adjacent to the propertys south boundary.

Cave Creek Canyon is an internationally known area due to the abundance of bird species that live and migrate through the lush riparian canyon. Over 300 types of birds have been recorded here. The biology of the region is unique due to the Chiricahua Mountains location between the Rocky Mountains in the United States and the Sierra Madre Mountains in Mexico. The American Museum of Natural Historys Southwestern Research Station is located in Cave Creek Canyon and provides lodging for many visiting scientists conducting research in the area.

This area is also known for the quality and clarity of the night sky. Astronomers from throughout the world come here to observe the heavens. The remote location, low light pollution and low humidity provide an unparalleled opportunity to enjoy many astronomical sights. Arizona Sky Village, a subdivision developed exclusively for astronomy, is located here.

Land Tenure
The AVA Ranch consists of:
Tenure Acres AU
Deeded 1,140 33
State Grazing Lease 736 7
Total 1,876 40


An additional 180 Animal Unit Months (15 head annually) could be achieved with irrigation of native grasses on the 80 acres adjacent to the headquarters.

Climate and Elevation
The AVA Ranch has a mild climate with Summer highs in the mid 90s and Winter lows in the mid 30s. Precipitation averages 17 inches per year. The elevation ranges from 4,600 to 6,000 feet above sea level.

Water
There are five wells on the AVA Ranch, one of which is an irrigation well that has a pump capacity of 500 gallons per minute. In addition, there is a surface water right for 3 acre feet annually on 48 deeded acres that is provided by a historic head gate and ditch from Cave Creek. This surface water right was adjudicated in 1920 and is very unique.

Improvements
There are four homes on the property. The owners home is a typical rambling ranch house that was constructed in approximately 1916. The three other homes are constructed of adobe and have been used as guest/labor houses. There is a large two story stone barn on the ranch that could be used for a variety of purposes. There are several additional outbuildings also constructed of stone.

Development Potential


AVA Ranch
Cochise County, Arizona
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General Description
The AVA Ranch is located on the eastern flank of the Chiricahua Mountains in Cochise County, Arizona. The property lies at the mouth of Cave Creek Canyon, a perennial stream that flows eastward from the Chiricahua Mountains into the San Simon Valley. The small community of Portal is adjacent to the propertys south boundary.

Cave Creek Canyon is an internationally known area due to the abundance of bird species that live and migrate through the lush riparian canyon. Over 300 types of birds have been recorded here. The biology of the region is unique due to the Chiricahua Mountains location between the Rocky Mountains in the United States and the Sierra Madre Mountains in Mexico. The American Museum of Natural Historys Southwestern Research Station is located in Cave Creek Canyon and provides lodging for many visiting scientists conducting research in the area.

This area is also known for the quality and clarity of the night sky. Astronomers from throughout the world come here to observe the heavens. The remote location, low light pollution and low humidity provide an unparalleled opportunity to enjoy many astronomical sights. Arizona Sky Village, a subdivision developed exclusively for astronomy, is located here.

Land Tenure
The AVA Ranch consists of:

Tenure
Acres
AU
Deeded
1,140
33
State Grazing Lease
736
7
Total
1,876
40


An additional 180 Animal Unit Months (15 head annually) could be achieved with irrigation of native grasses on the 80 acres adjacent to the headquarters.

Climate and Elevation
The AVA Ranch has a mild climate with Summer highs in the mid 90s and Winter lows in the mid 30s. Precipitation averages 17 inches per year. The elevation ranges from 4,600 to 6,000 feet above sea level.

Water
There are five wells on the AVA Ranch, one of which is an irrigation well that has a pump capacity of 500 gallons per minute. In addition, there is a surface water right for 3 acre feet annually on 48 deeded acres that is provided by a historic head gate and ditch from Cave Creek. This surface water right was adjudicated in 1920 and is very unique.

Improvements
There are four homes on the property. The owners home is a typical rambling ranch house that was constructed in approximately 1916. The three other homes are constructed of adobe and have been used as guest/labor houses. There is a large two story stone barn on the ranch that could be used for a variety of purposes. There are several additional outbuildings also constructed of stone.

Development Potential

The land is classified as Cochise County RU-4 which allows minimum lot size of 4 acres. This area has experienced significant growth in the last decade. The AVA Ranch is the largest contiguous block of private land in the immediate Portal area.

Price

Individual Parcels:

Parcel A (APN 402-11-009) Approximately 503 acres - $750,000
Parcel B (APN 402-21-001) Approximately 160 acres - $450,000
Parcel C (West Half APN 402-23-010) Approximately 200 acres - $ 1,200,000
Parcel D (East Half APN 402-23-010 and APN 402-22-003) Approx. 279 acres with all Buildings and Surface Water Rights - $2,500,000
Total Property:

Parcels A thru D Approximately 1,140 acres plus State Grazing Lease - reduced to $4,100,000
Platinum Seller

Con Englehorn

Headquarters West

Platinum Seller

Contact Information

Company: Headquarters West
Contact Name: Con Englehorn
Email: Click here to email contact
Phone Number: 602-258-1647 x102
Fax: 602-340-0929
810 N 2nd St
Phoenix, AZ 85004


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